Monthly Archives: November 2010

@Marisa_C, 11/24/10 8:11 AM

MarisaConstantinides (@Marisa_C) 11/24/10 8:11 AM RT @TEFL: Listening to #ELTChat podcast. On Delta vs Masters “Different teachers take different paths” Sent from my iPad Advertisements

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Paddle Alaska to Seattle in plywood three months of wet adventure…KCTS9 was a great joy. ABOUT THE FILM Follow two friends as they build their own kayaks and paddle together for 97 days through the wilderness on a journey from Alaska to Seattle—only to survive … Continue reading

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Lyon honored by bad sex nomination-The Globe and Mail

No kidding! Her book just sold another zillion copies due to the ‘bad’ ink! Here’s an article from The Globe I thought you might like: Annabel Lyon ‘deeply honoured’ by Bad Sex award nomination. (Sent via my iPad’s Globe and … Continue reading

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Tim Berners-Lee Calls Facebook a Walled Garden – Is That Fair?

This week the Web’s inventor, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, published an article in Scientific American promoting open standards and net neutrality. In the article, he takes aim at Facebook for being a “walled garden.” He claims that Facebook and other social … Continue reading

Posted in Blogosphere | Tagged | The Current | Nov 24/10 – Pt 2: Biography of Cancer

Indeed Tom, thanks Begin forwarded message: From: “Tom Treadgold Date: November 24, 2010 6:47:50 Subject: | The Current | Nov 24/10 – Pt 2: Biography of Cancer While driving this morning I happened to listen to this audio. I … Continue reading

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Kyuquot paddle 2011!

Planning, with my old pal Dave, a special paddle next summer. A true wilderness sea trip. Thoughts of the wild west coast warm my freezing winter soul. Sent from my iPad

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Reading now- Made to Stick, C.Heath

Stanford Graduate School of Business professor outlines the approach that makes a message stick. The book covers a wide range of application to concepts of provoking thought that lasts. eg. “the elementary-school teacher’s simulation that actually prevented prejudice”. I’ve wondered … Continue reading

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